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Título:

New PC components. Many mobo and driver issues. [Long]

Texto:

Before I get into this, I noticed that I got zero comments or answers in 12 hours, which is unusual. Is there another forum where I should post this? Is there a reason I got zero attention? I really need help with this and I’m not exactly sure where to turn to. Thanks in advance for reading and/or responding!

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum.

'''Here are the stock specs for it:'''

Ryzen 5 1400

8gb ram

RX570

450 watt cheap Chinese PSU

cheap Chinese mobo

'''I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:'''

ASUS X570 pro4 mobo

Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060

Corsair CM650X PSU

16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)

Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a test bench.  I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.

I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights mounted to the mobo turned on, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows

After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.

I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).

I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a  flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

591310

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

[Repost] NewNew PC components. Many mobo and driver issues. [Long]
[Repost] NewNew PC components. Many mobo and driver issues. [Long]

Texto:

Before I get into this, I noticed that I got zero comments or answers in 12 hours, which is unusual. Is there another forum where I should post this? Is there a reason I got zero attention? I really need help with this and I’m not exactly sure where to turn to. Thanks in advance for reading and/or responding!

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum.

'''Here are the stock specs for it:'''

Ryzen 5 1400

8gb ram

RX570

450 watt cheap Chinese PSU

cheap Chinese mobo

'''I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:'''

ASUS X570 pro4 mobo

Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060

Corsair CM650X PSU

16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)

Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a test bench.  I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.

I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights mounted to the mobo turned on, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows

After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.

I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).

I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a  flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

[Repost] New PC components. Many mobo and driver issues. [Long]

Texto:

Before I get into this, I noticed that I got zero comments or answers in 12 hours, which is unusual. Is there another forum where I should post this? Is there a reason I got zero attention? I really need help with this and I’m not exactly sure where to turn to. Thanks in advance for reading and/or responding!

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum.

'''Here are the stock specs for it:'''

Ryzen 5 1400

8gb ram

RX570

450 watt cheap Chinese PSU

cheap Chinese mobo

'''I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:'''

ASUS X570 pro4 mobo

Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060

Corsair CM650X PSU

16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)

Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a test bench.  I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.

I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights mounted to the mobo turned on, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows

After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.

I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).

I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a  flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

591310

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

[Repost] New PC components. Many mobo and driver issues. [Long]

Texto:

Before I get into this, I noticed that I got zero comments or answers in 12 hours, which is unusual. Is there another forum where I should post this? Is there a reason I got zero attention? I really need help with this and I’m not exactly sure where to turn to. Thanks in advance for reading and/or responding!

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum.

'''Here are the stock specs for it:'''

Ryzen 5 1400

8gb ram

RX570

450 watt cheap Chinese PSU

cheap Chinese mobo

'''I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:'''

ASUS X570 pro4 mobo

Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060

Corsair CM650X PSU

16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)

Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a test bench.  I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.

I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights mounted to the mobo turned on, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows

After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.

I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).

I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a  flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

591310

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

[Repost] New PC components. Many mobo and driver issues. [Long]

Texto:

Before I get into this, I noticed that I got zero comments or answers in 12 hours, which is unusual. Is there another forum where I should post this? Is there a reason I got zero attention? I really need help with this and I’m not exactly sure where to turn to. Thanks in advance for reading and/or responding!
 
 
 
So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum.
 
'''Here are the stock specs for it:'''
 
Ryzen 5 1400
 
8gb ram
 
RX570
 
450 watt cheap Chinese PSU
 
cheap Chinese mobo
 
'''I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:'''
 
ASUS X570 pro4 mobo
 
Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060
 
Corsair CM650X PSU
 
16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)
 
Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a testbench. ''Itest bench. I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.''up.
Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a testbench. ''Itest bench. I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.''up.
 
I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights came onmounted to the mobomobo turned on, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows
I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights came onmounted to the mobomobo turned on, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows
 
After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.
 
I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).
 
I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

New[Repost] New PC components, manycomponents. Many mobo and driver issues. [Long]
New[Repost] New PC components, manycomponents. Many mobo and driver issues. [Long]

Texto:

Before I get into this, I noticed that I got zero comments or answers in 12 hours, which is unusual. Is there another forum where I should post this? Is there a reason I got zero attention? I really need help with this and I’m not exactly sure where to turn to. Thanks in advance for reading and/or responding!
 
 
 
So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum.
 
'''Here are the stock specs for it:'''
 
Ryzen 5 1400
 
8gb ram
 
RX570
 
450 watt cheap Chinese PSU
 
cheap Chinese mobo
 
'''I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:'''
 
ASUS X570 pro4 mobo
 
Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060
 
Corsair CM650X PSU
 
16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)
 
Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a testbench. ''I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.''
 
I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights came on the mobo, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows
 
After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.
 
I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).
 
I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.
 
PS: I’m going to bed right after writing this so I’m not gonna be on for at least 9 hours.
 
Also, this is more troubleshooting than repair, so is there some other place like the meta where this would fit better?

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

New PC components, many issues. [Long]

Texto:

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum.
 
'''Here are the stock specs for it:'''
 
Ryzen 5 1400
 
8gb ram
 
RX570
 
450 watt cheap Chinese PSU
 
cheap Chinese mobo
 
'''I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:'''
 
ASUS X570 pro4 mobo
 
Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060
 
Corsair CM650X PSU
 
16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)
 
Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a testbench. ''I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.''
 
I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights came on the mobo, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows
 
After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.
 
I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).
 
I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.
 
PS: I’m going to bed right after writing this so I’m not gonna be on for at least 9 hours.
 

PS: I’m going to bed right after writing
Also, this is more troubleshooting than repair, so I’m not gonna be on for at least 9 hours.is there some other place like the meta where this would fit better?

PS: I’m going to bed right after writing
Also, this is more troubleshooting than repair, so I’m not gonna be on for at least 9 hours.is there some other place like the meta where this would fit better?

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

New PC components, many issues. [Long}Long]
New PC components, many issues. [Long}Long]

Texto:

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum.
 
'''Here are the stock specs for it:'''
 
Ryzen 5 1400
 
8gb ram
 
RX570
 
450 watt cheap Chinese PSU
 
cheap Chinese mobo
 
 
 
'''I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:'''
 
ASUS X570 pro4 mobo
 
Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060
 
Corsair CM650X PSU
 
16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)
 
 
 
Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a testbench. ''I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.''
 
I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights came on the mobo, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows
 
After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.
 
I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).
 
I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.
 
 
 
PS: I’m going to bed right after writing this so I’m not gonna be on for at least 9 hours.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

New PC components, many issues. [Long}

Texto:

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum. Here

'''Here
are the stock specs for it:it:'''
So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum. Here

'''Here
are the stock specs for it:it:'''
 
Ryzen 5 1400
 
8gb ram
 
RX570
 
450 watt cheap Chinese PSU
 
cheap Chinese mobo
 
I

'''I
decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:got:'''
I

'''I
decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:got:'''
 
ASUS X570 pro4 mobo
 
Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060
 
Corsair CM650X PSU
 
16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)
 
 
 
Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a testbench. ''I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.''
 
I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights came on the mobo, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows
 
After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.
 
I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).
 
I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I formatted a flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Editado por: Chanute ,

Título:

New PC components, many issues. [Long}

Texto:

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum. Here are the stock specs for it:
 
Ryzen 5 1400
 
8gb ram
 
RX570
 
450 watt cheap Chinese PSU
 
cheap Chinese mobo
 
I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:
 
ASUS X570 pro4 mobo
 
Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060
 
Corsair CM650X PSU
 
16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)
 
Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a testbench. ''I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.''
 
I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights came on the mobo, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows
 
After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.
 
I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).
 
I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I gotformatted a FAT32 flash drive flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.
I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I gotformatted a FAT32 flash drive flash drive to FAT32, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Chanute ,

Título:

New PC components, many issues. [Long}

Texto:

So, it starts out with my prebuilt dell computer that I got when Etherium had jacked up the prices to basically the maximum. Here are the stock specs for it:

Ryzen 5 1400

8gb ram

RX570

450 watt cheap Chinese PSU

cheap Chinese mobo

I decided that I would do a major overhaul recently. This is what I got:

ASUS X570 pro4 mobo

Asus Tuf gaming RTX2060

Corsair CM650X PSU

16gb ram @3000mhz (G.Skill)

Upon getting the new parts, I gutted my old PC. I then realized that my mobo wouldn’t fit in the stupid dell proprietary case, so I decided to set it up on my desk with some foam underneath because I don’t have a testbench. ''I installed all of the new components and tried to boot it up.''

I shorted the power pins, and the fans started spinning. The CPU and DRAM lights came on the mobo, and after 5-10 seconds it shut off, restarted, and repeated. I reseated the cpu, applied more thermal compound. I'm not sure what exactly I did, but it eventually booted to windows

After 10-15 minutes of windows I got the Video_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR blue screen. I rebooted and the same thing happened. After a while of this happening, I reinstalled my old graphics card and it didn't happen. I re downloaded and reinstalled the Nvidea drivers. I shut down, put in the RTX2060, booted up and everything was ok.

I decided to try and play Fallout: New Vegas. I had just downloaded it and have never played it before. I did the DirectX fix so that I could get in game, only to find that I was getting 5-10 fps. I restarted the game to no avail. I then looked in Task Manager, and I noticed that my GPU was not showing up in the performance tab. (yes, I did scroll all the way down).

I gathered that my drivers must have still been behaving oddly, so I looked up the issue that was making me crash before. On the web it said that a BIOS update might fix it. I decided to do that. I got a FAT32 flash drive, put the image file (blanking on the type), and did a flash update. All was successful, so I pressed enter to reboot. Then, the original problem of the computer turning on, and turning off 5-10 seconds later came back. I don’t know what to do at this point and I am frustrated beyond belief. I’m beginning to think that my mobo is a lemon or something because as far as I know that should not happen. I could use any advice I can get because I can’t think of anything else.

dispositivo:

AMD Socket AM3

Status:

open